Home PageStudent ParticipantFaculty MentorGraduate Student AdvisorsProject DescriptionMy Android ApplicationsWeekly Journal DREU Final ReportThree graduate students who are members of MobileAccessibility will be advising me this summer.
Shaun Kane is a Ph.D. candidate in The Information School at the University of Washington, advised by Jacob Wobbrock. His primary research interests are accessible user interfaces and mobile human-computer interaction. His work explores ways to make mobile devices easier to use, especially for people with disabilities and people in distracting environments. He is a member of the AIM Research Group, MobileAccessibility, and the DUB Group. Website: http://students.washington.edu/skane/
Chandrika (Shani) Jayant is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Washington, advised by Richard Ladner. She is interested in mobile access technology for blind, low-vision, and deaf-blind users. She currently works on MobileAccessibility. She is also very interested in technology and disability in the developing world.
Shiri Azenkot is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Washington, advised by Richard Ladner and Jacob Wobbrock. She is interested in human-computer interaction and accessibility. She is researching ways to enable people with disabilities to access information online and in the real world, especially on mobile devices. She is a member of the Accessibility, Interaction, Mobility (AIM ) Research Group and MobileAccessibility. Website: http://www.cs.washington.edu/homes/shiri/